The Apex and Extreme Z590 motherboards from ASUS brings an interesting new feature named “Vlatch”. It brings on-board circuitry for CPU Core Voltage min/max peak detection at much higher speeds than what is normally possible with monitoring software.
It’s time again for Chinese New Year in this part of the world which will affect the shipping schedule. Soon it will be the Year of the Ox. The last processing date for orders is February 9th 7th but already from now it may take longer than usual. Shipment processing is expected to return to…
There has been issues since yesterday with the hosting provider resulting in no emails being sent out. The site has now been moved to a new provider and hopefully things will be smoother. If you’ve been affected, please get in contact and we’ll help you sort things out.
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The much anticipated Zen 3 architecture has finally been launched close to a year and a half after Zen 2 while remaining on the same 7nm TSMC process. AMD’s recently released Ryzen 3000XT showed there are frequency gains to be had just by manufacturing improvements over time. The question is what else is brought to the table. Below you can find my findings on overclocking and performance tuning.
Due to holidays in China 2020-10-01 to 2020-10-06 there will be delayed fulfillment of orders during this time. Any new orders will be processed starting 2020-10-07.
Most recent Registered Airmail orders to EU/US are now taking about 2-3 weeks to be delivered. Additionally pricing has normalized and the flat-rate pricing is reduced to 6 USD.
Due to the effect of COVID-19 on the shipping business, shipments are taking longer to reach their destination and the cost is increased. Current orders using registered airmail take an additional week to get delivered (total time 2-4 weeks). DHL orders seem to take up to 10 days instead of the usual 3-5 days. Registered…
Currently emails being sent from the website to email addresses using @t-online.de are not reaching their destination, including order confirmations and shipping notices. If you have questions about your order, the easiest way to get answers is to join our Discord channel.
With the release of a 64-core Threadripper, AMD is not holding back anything anymore. It’s as close to a full-fledged EPYC processor as you can get on the TRX4 platform, possibly with the exception of RDIMM support. If the product makes sense for consumers or not can be discussed, but for overclockers and enthusiasts it’s an incredible display.